Dickinsonian Newspaper

1973

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Claudio Arrau is to perform in ATS. The first volume, first issue of the Dickinson College Register is featured. Mel Ramos' art exhibit on display in the HUB aims to spark questions dealing with the roles of art and commercialism. Pres. Rubendall appoints the Commission on the Status of...

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Trustees rescind the 60-40 male-female admissions ratio and name the newly-built dormitory after trustee Gibbs McKenney and his wife. Richard Orr is elected president of the Student Senate. Matthew Miller introduces a resolution in defense of students "in cases of alleged faculty injustices." At...

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Faculty is to perform 1773-1973: A Historical Review. The Bicentennial Celebration continues with a number of workshops, speakers, and artists. Philip Abelson wins the Joseph Priestley Award. The Drug Education Committee is sponsoring a day of film, lecture, and discussion of Street...

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Last Monday a failed water line in Carlisle curtailing the College's water availability. The Computer Service Center department forms, expanding computer operations on campus. The U.S. Department of the Interior designates the College-managed Florence Jones Reineman Wildlife Sanctuary a National...

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The Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees approve "McKenney Hall" as the name of the newly-built dormitory. The College will hold the "Science for Survival" Symposium next week; John George Kemeny is the keynote speaker. Moonchildren opens at Mathers Theatre.

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Faculty passes a resolution concerning the recruitment of minority and foreign students. John Kemeny opens the Science for Survival Symposium with an address relating scientific advancement to societal issues. Students concerned over the issue of Prof. Marvin Israel's tenure meet with Pres....

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Philip Abelson accepts the Priestley Award and speaks on "The Emerging Energy Crisis." Sheila Tobias is to speak on the dual role of women in society. Highlighting the Science for Survival Symposium is a panel discussion in ATS. Leo Marx, the Phi Beta Kappa scholar, is to speak on American...

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The Commission on the Status of Women meets to prepare for the visit of Sheilah Tobias. "Multi-talented" Geoffrey Holder will perform in ATS. Student Senate adopts the Kern Open-Housing Resolution. The Greater Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce pays bicentennial tribute to the College during its...

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The annual spoof issue, The Drinkinsonian, tackles various aspects of college life in a satirical manner.

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Faculty approves the formation of the Student Academic Grievance Board. Students engineer a boycott on meat. Sheila Tobias presents a talk on the dual role of women. The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) features a document on "Freedom and Tenure." Geoffrey Holder gives an "...

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James Smylie is to close the Civil Religion Symposium with an address on "The President as Prophet-Priest-King." The Commission on the Status of Women investigates discriminatory practices concerning women at the College. Jane Frankel will perform her voice recital in ATS. Anya Treash will also...

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Richard Ashcraft is to speak on the political implications of the liberal arts. The HUB features an art exhibit of American Primitive Paintings from the National Gallery of Arts. The College's Festival of Fun gets a photo essay.

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Student Senate removes Skull and Key as an honorary at the College. Loren Eiseley is to be this year's commencement speaker. This fall WDCV plans to begin FM broadcasting. Darius Milhaud's Promesse de Dieu, a choral work written for the College's Bicentennial, will premiere as a final...

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An indoor commencement features Loren Eiseley as speaker. Pres. Rubendall praises William and Alfonso DeSimone's stonemason services.

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Program for Enrichment, Education, and Recreation (PEER) begins its sixth year at the College. Physicist T. Scott Smith and lab technician John Steigleman plan a trip to Africa in search of a rare eclipse.

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Pianist Dennis Fortune and his jazz ensemble perform on campus. The Commission on the Status of Women explore the implications of the Equal Rights Amendment. Retiring from the College are Amos Horlacher, Henry Young, Alfred Hartshorn, Roger Steck, and R. Wallace White.

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Three women appointments fill administrative positions, "a reflection of the school's efforts to increase distaff representation." George Allan and the Washington Redskins return to train in Carlisle.

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William Dornemann has been awarded a year-long Fulbright-Hays scholarship. Barbara Chaapel discusses the goals of The Program of Education, Enrichment and Recreation (PEER).

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An art exhibit by Rick Smolan will be held in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. The Security Office asks students to take steps to help prevent theft. The US Postal Service considers commemorating Old West into a stamp.

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In light of Watergate, Sam Ervin, Jr.'s 1971 Public Affairs Symposium address, "Privacy and the Constitution," is featured.

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Rick Smolan will present an Art Exhibit in the HUB for Freshman Orientation. Papers of Rush, Priestley, and Buchanan rest in the College's Mae Morris Room.

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In his convocation address, Pres. Rubendall has "high hopes" for upcoming school year. Rick Smolan takes photos of orientation. Statistics of new students reveal "diversity of geography and potential." The Environmental Policy Commission takes out ad to outline new recycling program.

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Violinist Erick Friedman to appear in Cultural Affairs Series. Freshman roommate questionnaire is revised to "care for personal needs." The Hillel Society meets.

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In the HUB, Barbara Varchol will speak on "sexuality on campus." Violinist Erick Friedman and pianist Joseph Seiger give a "highly colorful concert." Prof. Flint Kellogg to meet Pakistan's Prime Minister Tulfikar Ali Bhutto. Cyclist Keith Kingbay to lecture in HUB.

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